Chargers Teammates, NFL Legends React to LT's Election to Hall of Fame - Ricky Henne
Quarterback Philip Rivers: "There are a lot of reasons why LT is a Hall of Famer. Like I’ve often said, I had the best view in the house on a lot of those runs. His vision was unreal. He was making the next cut before he made the first cut sometimes. I was like, ‘Golly, how in the world did he see that?’
LaDainian Tomlinson Career Retrospective - Chargers.com (video)
Relive the highlights from Hall of Famer LaDainian Tomlinson's illustrious 11-year career.
Chargers position outlook 2017: Succession plan needed for King Dunlap - Eric Williams
How the offensive line is configured for the upcoming season will depend on the evaluation over the next month by Telesco, head coach Anthony Lynn, offensive coordinator Ken Whisenhunt and new offensive line coach Pat Meyer. One issue they will have to address is King Dunlap. When healthy, Dunlap has been solid as Philip Rivers’ blindside protector. However, Dunlap turns 32 in September and has missed 13 games over the past two seasons due to injuries. Dunlap carries a $5.75 million, non-guaranteed base salary in 2017. So the Chargers have to develop a succession plan for Dunlap, which likely means selecting a left tackle of the future in the first three rounds of this year’s draft.
Canton calls LaDainian Tomlinson, Kurt Warner, Terrell Davis, Jerry Jones, 3 others - Jeff Legwold
Former Chargers running back LaDainian Tomlinson, a four-time first-team All-Pro selection who rushed for 13,684 yards, was one of five modern-era players voted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame on Saturday.
Chargers coach Anthony Lynn focused on earning players' trust - Eric Williams
"I hope they are still Chargers fans," Lynn told Xtra 1360 Fox Sports San Diego. "The commute may be a little tougher, but I hope we can still keep our San Diego fans intact. I haven’t been in San Diego, so I don’t know the temperature or how people feel, to be honest with you.